MyMarlow Fireworks Roundup 2023

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Here we go with our annual roundup of Marlow based fireworks displays! We are lucky to have 4 displays across 3 days, so lots of choice!

Fri 3rd Nov – Foxes Piece School

Gates for this long running and popular event open 6pm, bonfire lit approx. 6.30pm, fireworks start approx 7.30pm.

Food and drinks as per poster.

Dave The Disco will be there spinning tunes!

Adults £7, Children £3, pay on gate – cash or card, but note that DISCOUNTED tickets can be purchased in advance online

Sat 4th Nov – Monster Fireworks , Marlow Sports Club

Join us at the picturesque Marlow Sports Club for an unforgettable evening filled with excitement, wonder, and a symphony of fireworks that will light up the hearts of all who attend. Dave The Disco will keep us entertained in the build up.

Capacity is limited and usually the event gets sold out. So please book your spot early to avoid disappointment.

No cash accepted at gates. If any capacity is available then tickets can be purchased using card at the gates (£12 for general admission and £6 for children (Age 5 to 17). Under 5’s go FREE

** NOW SOLD OUT ** Sat 4th Nov- Marlow Bottom

Marlow Bottom Fireworks are back on 4th November.

Apart from an amazing display by award winning Star Fireworks we have a Rebellion bar, street food stalls plus LIVE MUSIC from The Stormflies.

Tickets online or at Rebellion Brewery.

*** ALREADY TAKEN PLACE ** Mon 30th October – Spinfield School

Delivered by the award-winning Sonning Fireworks, the display is promised to be a Pyromusic Fireworks Extravaganza!

Tickets available to purchase online

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Article author: Paul Merchant

About the author: Founded in its original version back in 2000 - yes the internet DID exist back then. Brought up in Marlow, went to school here, now has children at the same schools. Quite clearly loves all things Marlow - hence spending over 2 decades doing this!

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